The Irving Arts Center, a Smithsonian Institution affiliate, is a 10-acre complex featuring two fully-equipped theaters, four galleries, and a beautiful sculpture garden. The Irving Arts Center alone hosts approximately 1,400 events annually, including 200+ performances and 25+ exhibitions, welcoming more than 100,000 visitors.
Black History Month Exhibition Presented by Irving Black Arts Council
Artistry & Inspiration - Paintings, drawings, photographs and mixed media works by Missy Burton (McKinney, TX), Jennifer Monet Cowley (Trophy Club, TX), Amy Daniels (Allen, TX), Afi Ese (Houston, TX), Michael E. Johnson (Dallas, TX), Jalen A. Law (Buffalo, NY), Sontonya Necheal (Scurry, TX) and Terrell Weathersby (McKinney, TX). | through March 27, 2021
Natalie Lambert: I love you very much but… - MFA Thesis Exhibition for University of Dallas graduate student in Painting, Natalie Lambert. This exhibition will feature drawings and paintings that explore the perception, materiality and communication of skin as form. | through March 27, 2021
City of Hope: Resurrection City & The 1968 Poor People’s Campaign - A collection of posters toured by The Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) this historic exhibition commemorates Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s daring vision to end poverty in the United States. | February 19 through April 30, 2021
Lonesome Dove: Photographs by Bill Wittliff - Lonesome Dove—Larry McMurtry’s epic novel of two aging Texas Rangers who drive a herd of stolen cattle 2,500 miles from the Rio Grande to Montana to found the first ranch there—truly captured public imagination. The Lonesome Dove miniseries, which first aired on CBS in 1989, lassoed an even wider audience. | March 6 through July 11, 2021
Please note: A portion of this exhibition is accessible only by stairs. Masks are required.
Mon, Tues, Wed and Fri: 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Thursday: 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Saturday: 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sunday: 1:00-5:00 p.m.